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The Jannali High School

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Co-curricular activities

TJHS Concert Band

Our school has a large Music ensemble, the TJHS Concert Band, whose repertoire ranges from classical music through to popular songs.  Through a varied concert schedule, the band are given opportunities to perform several times a year. Performance opportunities vary from the school Open Day, Presentation Day, Combined Schools Concerts, Formal Year Meetings and community eistedfords and competitions. 

The TJHS Concert Band rehearses twice a week before school on Mondays and Wednesdays at 7:30am with our conductor, Mr Mark Brown. The program is managed by our Music teacher, Mr George Haman. Students interested in doing band should complete this form and return it to the CAPA Staffroom. 

Students are encouraged to bring their own instrument, however, we are able to loan some instruments to students in need. 

TJHS Art Club

The TJHS Art Club meets once a week during lunch in the CAPA block. Students work on self-directed projects, as well as collaborative projects, developing their skills across a range of media. Throughout the year, various community exhibition opportunities are provided as well as school based initiatives.  All students are welcome to participate in Art Club. Students wishing to attend should drop into the CAPA Staffroom and speak to the Visual Arts teachers. 

The Tech Crew

Students with skills and interest in backstage, audio and lighting are encouraged to join the TJHS Tech Crew. Students selected for Tech Crew must have written permission from their parents/caregivers and the endorsement of a teacher and their Year Adviser. If selected, students manage a range of school based productions and events, developing industry skills in audio, lighting and backstage. They develop leadership, communication and collaboration skills working with their peers and members of staff. Students wanting to participate must complete this form and return it to Mr Evan Wilkins in the CAPA Staffroom. 

Other opportunities for our high achieving students include:

We encourage our students to become involved in state and national academic competitions in English, Mathematics, Science, History and Geography. Our students consistently achieve a high degree of excellence in these competitions. In 2010 one of our students was voted the best speaker at the Model United Nations (MUNA) competition.